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TEPAV/Durmuş Yılmaz: “E-Commerce Transforms Traditional Trade” Yılmaz, member of the TEPAV Board of Directors, spoke at the meeting on e-export held in Ankara in collaboration with PayPal.
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12/11/2014 ANKARA – Durmuş Yılmaz, member of the TEPAV Board of Directors, stressed that online commerce transformed traditional commerce and said, “This is because e-export removes the obstacles that hinder traditional export performance.” The findi [More]
Three Things to Know about Turkey’s Trade with China Evaluation Note / İrem Kızılca
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06/03/2014 "Following the 2008 crisis, Turkey, which had demonstrated high economic growth with a low current account deficit, had to increase its current account deficit to sustain comparable levels of economic growth. Moving forward, low growth and high cur [More]
Followers vs. Market-Makers: Where are we Standing at Global Integration? Evaluation Note / İdil Bilgiç Alpaslan & İrem Kızılca
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24/12/2013 "Despite being more expensive, air transportation enables exporting to more distant markets. However, the cost of transporting goods by air is exceptionally high for goods which are cheap and heavy. On the other hand, air freight costs are lower fo [More]
TEPAV Director Sak: “Transport Corridors Necessary for Integration in the Mediterranean” Sak stated that the share of MENA countries in Turkey’s exports increased from 17.8 percent in 2007 to 35.3 percent in 2012.
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11/06/2013 WASHINGTON – TEPAV Director Güven Sak pointed at the need to improve transportation infrastructure for economic integration in the MENA region, the share of which in Turkey’s exports has been improving remarkably. Sak attended the meeting [More]
TEPAV: “Turkey’s Production Decreased by One Rank despite the Record-High Growth” Turkey fell from ninth to tenth place among 45 countries with respect to production growth.
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04/07/2011 ANKARA - TEPAV stated that as of the end of the second quarter of 2011, Turkey fell from ninth to tenth place in terms of production level despite the impressive growth at 11 percent. TEPAV Global Crisis Group announced the first quarter report [More]
TEPAV: "Sector and Market Diversification in Exports Increase" Number of major export sectors and major export destinations increased from 11 to 18 and from 15 to 29, respectively, in the last decade.
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02/05/2011 ANKARA- TEPAV stated that sector and market diversification of Turkey's exports increased and said: "This is of key importance in ensuring a stable export performance by reducing the impact of the shocks in external demand." Policy note titled [More]
TEPAV Assesses Turkey’s Growth Performance: “Turkey is the second most successful of Europe, following Poland” The assessment of growth performance revealed that Turkey had been the 10th economy that witnessed the severest contraction in 2009, and the 5th most rapidly recovering economy in 2010.
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31/03/2011   ANKARA- TEPAV stated that among the 40 countries that were analyzed, Turkey demonstrated a phenomenal growth performance. Stressing that it is of significance that Turkey, which had been the 10th economy that witnessed the severest contraction [More]
TEPAV: The Crisis Improved the Adaptation Capacity of Turkey’s Exports In the crisis period, Turkey's ranking decreased from the 8th place to 18th in terms of competitiveness whereas the adaptation to the emerging markets increased from 14th place to 4th.
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29/03/2011 ANKARA- TEPAV analyzed Turkey's competitiveness and adaptation to emerging markets as two key factors necessitated for a sustainable and strong export performance. Findings about Turkey and other countries in the same income group maintained that a [More]
TEPAV: “Current Account Deficit Problem Now More Dangerous” TEPAV stated that the rapid deterioration in the current account deficit resulted from the buoyant economic growth driven by domestic demand and stressed that the characteristics of the current account deficit problem of Turkey have changed considerably.
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22/02/2011 ANKARA - TEPAV stated that the characteristics of the current account deficit problem of Turkey have changed considerably and said: "The rapid deterioration in the current account deficit resulted from the buoyant economic growth driven by domest [More]
TEPAV: “Vehicles” sector performed better, “Color TVs” lagged behind TEPAV's study revealed that out of fifteen sectors, seven increased both relative prices and market share. Among these, manufacturing of diesel motor vehicles and manufacturing of cotton apparels sectors demonstrated the best performance.
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18/02/2011 ANKARA - TEPAV's research on the changes in the prices and market shares of export goods revealed that out of fifteen sectors, seven increased both relative prices and market share. Among these, manufacturing of diesel motor vehicles and manufactu [More]